The Orlando Public Library is the headquarters and resource center for the Orange County Library System. The 290,000 square foot downtown Orlando facility is the largest public library building in the state of Florida.
Courses are only for Orange County residents... That is discriminatory... Knowledge must to be open to anybody who wants to learn!!!
An excellent library. And the bookstore has amazing deals on books the library is trying to get rid of!
The technology center is awesome, but you'll have to see the schedule so you can take the orientation before you can go in and explore.
Best Library I have ever been in.
Don't go in the kids section without a kid unless you want to be harassed.
The Melrose Center is a MUST for any creative! Do the orientation immediately!
Sign up for the next General Orientation to use "Melrose Center for Technology, Innovation & Creativity" #dlmtic
Seriously looks like a prison on the out....and um...inside
Once a month the Chick-fil-A Cow comes to Family Storytime. All the kids get mini stuffed cows & coupons!
Use the computer
I would like to invite you to visit the Southwest Branch, is near International Drive and the Attractions, 7255 Della Drive, Orlando, Fl 32819,
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The library now has downloadable eBooks to take out for the Kindle.
Take computer classes, they are free!
Vegan cupcakes available in the cafe!
Great sci-fi collection here. And if the library doesn't have it in stock, can deliver it to your home!
Get a study room for 2 hrs and listen to Pandora while you work.
The cafe downtown is great!!
check out the free cd and dvd rentals, they are awsome
book store has some good finds for you personal permanent home collection
Can you solve the pattern for the Light Waves puzzle? Go to the West Side of the building after dark to try it!
Bums galore! If you don't look them in the eye they won't bother you. Annoying if you want to get a study room and they've moved their whole life in there. But it's generally pretty quite
Take your child to the childrens section to look at the giant fish mobile!
Go to the third floor to find record albums in the Friends of the Library bookstore. Sometimes there are real gems.
rack up $20 in late fees (dvds are like $1 a day!)
Stop by the cafeteria on the first floor. Surprisingly delicious and cheap food, for meat eaters and vegetarians alike.
Go here and check out a super-cheesy Christmas CD.